Welcome to our first video version of our ‘Home of the Week’ series on the Blue Matter blog! For our newest ‘Home of the Week’, we move from the Long Island Sound to Pacific Ocean sounds that envelop a beautifully renovated property in Laguna Niguel, California.
Our newest ‘Home of the Week’ takes us away from last week’s gem in Hawaii to an ultra luxurious and lavish estate with views seemingly plucked right out of one of those postcards you find at tourist shops. Located in the prominent Faben Point community in Mercer Island, WA, words do little to capture the grandeur of this $16.7 million opulent home.
This past Sunday’s hotly anticipated premiere of Mad Men opened with a picturesque shot of Don Draper relaxing on one of Hawaii’s perfect sun soaked beaches. The stunning oceanfront property the Draper’s vacationed at reminded us of our newest ‘Home of the Week’. Take a peak at one of Hawaii’s finest homes.
If you’ve ever dreamed of living in one of those classic French mansions from Keira Knightley period piece movies, then our latest ‘Home of the Week’ is sure to peak your interest. This French estate expertly designed by world-renowned architect Richard Landry offers potential homeowners with the finest of French living – - in America.
Our newest “Home of the Week” takes us on a trip out West to one of the most architecturally significant and unique properties in the country. The “Lake House” as it is referred to, is an ultra modern and futuristic gem perfectly located on the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe and surrounded by the snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains.
To commemorate International Earth Day, our “Home of the Week” is a newly listed and certified “Passive House” that uses 10% of the energy a standard house does. In fact, at today’s energy costs, this “Passive Home” would net its owner a whopping $193,693 in energy savings over a 30 year period, and over $60K in savings over 10 years. Oh, and the home is beautiful too.
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